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Maune Contemporary was founded by Heidi and Ramsey Maune out of their love for contemporary and modern art. They have been long-time art collectors and enjoy attending art fairs, visiting galleries and supporting the local art community.


The gallery specializes in limited edition fine art prints and originals by renowned international artists whose work has been exhibited and are in the collections of many museums including:

  • The High Museum – Atlanta, GA

  • The Metropolitan Museum of Art – New York, NY

  • Whitney Museum of American Art – New York, NY

  • The Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY

  • St. Louis Art Museum – St. Louis, MO

  • Los Angeles County Museum of Art – Los Angeles, CA

In addition, Maune offers art advisory and curatorial services, assisting businesses and individuals with building their art collection through their relationships in the art world.


Maune Contemporary is located in Miami Circle, within the Buckhead area of Atlanta.  Miami Circle has long been one of the major art centers of Atlanta with numerous galleries, featuring from emerging to established artists.


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Alex Katz’s Coca-Cola Girls come home to Atlanta

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Behind This New Atlanta Gallery Inspired By Art Basel

When newlyweds Heidi and Ramsey Maune decided to open a gallery of international-caliber art works in the Capital of the South, they chose to do so along one of Atlanta’s most respected art and antiques corridors: Miami Circle…


Maune Contemporary to Open on Miami Circle with First Ever Atlanta Exhibition of Alex Katz’s “Coca-Cola Girl” Series

Maune Contemporary, helmed by husband-and-wife art collectors Heidi and Ramsey Maune, will celebrate the grand opening of their Miami Circle gallery with an exhibition of renowned American figurative artist Alex Katz’s “Coca-Cola Girl” print collection, including one original oil painting. Inspired by iconic figures from advertising art history, this is the first time Katz’s “Coca-Cola Girl” series has been shown in Atlanta….